> How do I know which one is being loaded, can't seem to find it in dmesg.

I think it's safe to assume that you're not booting kernel.GENERIC.  You can
specify other kernels at boot time, but if you're not doing that, you can
safely delete kernel.GENERIC.  Some like having a generic kernel around in
case of an emergency, a newly built kernel doesn't work correctly or for
troubleshooting purposes.  Have you built a new kernel or upgraded the
entire system?  What's the output of uname -v?

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